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Fig. 2 | BMC Genomics

Fig. 2

From: NanoMod: a computational tool to detect DNA modifications using Nanopore long-read sequencing data

Fig. 2

An example of the deletion correction procedure in NanoMod. X axis represents time of signal acquisition, and y axis denotes detected signal values by Nanopore sequencers before standardization. ‘Albacore’ represents a sequence of bases called based on original events before error correction, and ‘Known’ represents the known sequence. Each red horizontal bar represents an event split by vertical lines. ‘-’ in ‘Albacore’ suggests a deletion. The region shadowed in green shows the deleted bases together with one upstream and one downstream neighbors

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